Curry College Reviews

  • 7 Reviews
  • Milton (MA)
  • Annual Tuition: $40,070
100% of 7 students said this degree improved their career prospects
100% of 7 students said they would recommend this school to others
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Student & Graduate Reviews

Maria Gonzalez
  • Reviewed: 4/21/2019
  • Degree: Nursing
"Curry College is a great place to get your education. Curry was a wonderful college for me. It was located just outside of Boston and gave me the feeling of a suburb with the chance to go into the city as I wanted. I liked using the shuttle that was provided on campus. The shuttle took us directly into Boston on the weekends and to the T on the weekdays. I really liked the professors in the nursing departments. They looked out for us and made sure we were working at our best levels. They supported us by giving us the skills and knowledge we would need in the field. the nursing program is top notch. By sophomore year you are doing clinicals engaging with patients and professionals. The social life is good, although it might help if more people stayed around on weekends. The campus is pretty, right next to Boston, and there is a great student center."
Abigail Pieger
  • Reviewed: 3/31/2017
  • Degree: Health Sciences
"Curry College was not my first choice undergraduate institution by any means. My sister had attended Curry and I sought out an education elsewhere. When I attended the Accepted Students Day offered at Curry, I fell in love with the community of students, faculty, and staff. I never expected to feel at home, but everyone at the school genuinely cares for your well-being. I was able to get involved within my second semester, and found myself in several leadership positions throughout my four years. I am interested in pursuing a Master's degree in Higher Education because of the impact this school had on me. Although it may not appear to be everyone's cup of tea from the start, Curry College is home to all of us."
Nick
  • Reviewed: 2/26/2017
  • Degree: Communications
"The Communication program is one of Curry's strongest. Its professors are knowledgeable about the industry and in most cases are highly qualified to teach. The downside to Curry is that there are many professors who don't adhere to what should be a rigorous, college-level curriculum. There are many unmotivated students, which can be frustrating for those who want to learn and be challenged. The experience of a Curry College undergraduate is what he or she makes of it. There are quality professors who challenge students and serve as essential resources in each department, but some classes are easier than a high school level course. It's possible to coast through four years without encountering a rigorous academic obstacle, but there are opportunities for students to push themselves if they so desire."
Jennifer Sekulski
  • Reviewed: 8/9/2016
  • Degree: Business
"This college is over looked so many times because it is a private college and it is a smaller campus. I believe do to the intimate class rooms and the extra time the professors dedicated to the students made this college experience the best and they gave you plenty of Career advice and help you with an internship of what you would like to pursue to get ur foot in the door with a career. This school was the best choice I ever made."
bachelorofscience
  • Reviewed: 8/6/2014
  • Degree: Health Education
"Curry is amazing!! The perks of a small school are individualized education, ability to ask questions in a comfortable learning environment, one-on-one time with professors, and the feeling of a community. Class sizes are small which enriches the learning experirence. Curry offers wonderful programs for students with learning disabilities. There are many opportunities within this small school and it seems like everyone is prepared and willing to help students along their journey."
Ellen Conway
  • Reviewed: 1/5/2014
  • Degree: Nursing
"Curry College, Masters in Nursing program is a very well organized and prepared nursing program for a registered nurse to become the Clinical Nurse Leader. The faculty has been supportive and helpful to me and my colleagues. The classes are all scheduled on one day each week and this allows for time in completing and preparing for assignments. I am assigned to a cohort of 10 other students and we are together for two and half years. We are developing friendships and support for each other. It is an interesting group of registered nurse who are trying to improve themselves with education."
Teresa Quimby
  • Reviewed: 5/22/2013
  • Degree: Nursing
"I haven't yet begun the master's program at Curry College my classes start in September however, I did graduate with my BSN there this May and was very happy with the program and the support given by the faculty at Curry. I am enrolled in the Clinical Nurse Leader program which begins in September. Some of the pros is that you work as a team, you only need to attend once a week to classes, and it's on campus. The cons would be the cost of graduate school."